Tuesday 26th September 7pm / Cinema


Self-important author Leon joins his best friend on a summer holiday near the Baltic Sea to complete his novel. When they arrive, they find their house is already occupied by a beautiful, care-free woman who challenges Leon to open up. Meanwhile, forest fires rage around them. Unfolding like a modern-day fable, Christian Petzold’s latest film is a humorous commentary on artists that asks how we might narrate and find meaning in our lives against a backdrop of existential peril.

Performance Dates and Times

Tuesday 26th September 7.00pm (Screen 1)

Screen1 | £9.50 Standard Ticket

Certificate: 12A

Running Time: 103 minutes

Please note that this film is German with English subtitles

Your Visit

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